Centrist voters are being squeezed by anarchy in the UK - Times ArticleWednesday 18 Sep 2019
Centrism is not dead in Britain but the old politics of left versus right might be, a victim of the turmoil sweeping democracies across the West.
Because “populist” has become a pejorative term, we should think of the movements and voters driving this turmoil as “anarchist”. These voters are united by their opposition to, and distrust of, our political systems.
Published in the Times on 18th September 2019
Mirko Draca, CAGE Director
For more information about this research see:
SMF Briefing paper: Anarchy in the UK (and Everywhere Else): The Ideological Roots of Populism
CAGE Advantage article: Anarchy in the UK (and everywhere else)